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How The Chemical Brothers' 'Dig Your Own Hole' predicted the post-genre pop future

The Chemical Brothers' second album, 1997's 'Dig Your Own Hole', radiated ambition and adventure, and was their first to hit No.1 in the UK charts thanks to a string of landmark singles. Here, Ben Cardew explores how 'Dig Your Own Hole' altered the Chems' creative trajectory, predicted our post-genre pop future, and catapulted them to new heights

Note: this article was originally published in 2018


The Chemical Brother's second album, 'Dig Your Own Hole', was perhaps not the best electronic album of...

DJ Mag reflects on the legendary singer's impact on dance music...

George Michael, who passed away at the tail end of last year, started off in the clubs before making it big with Wham! As a...

Dublin-based DJ and producer George Feely will make his debut on Random Mind State with his 'The Tease' EP. Hear the key-heavy groove and old-school...

George Feely will drop a new EP next month.

An Irish DJ and Producer currently making waves in the Dublin scene and beyond, Feely had...

Ahead of XOYO appearance on 25th October

Rising to prominence off the back of his party Man Make Music and its associated label, George Fitzgerald has been gaining momentum for some time...

Boy George plays us his most inspiring records

Normally Boy George has an obvious template when writing a record, something’s troubling him, someone’s upset him or he’s got a broken heart. But this time round with his forthcoming album, ‘This Is What I Do’, he’s in a good place

Win a gig at DJmag party in Hong Kong

Dance music download site Nowtrax are offering budding producers the chance to remix last year’s Top 100 presenter Boy George, who features with Glide ...

The on-the-road diary of the world's top DJs treading the globe

Showcasing fresh house cuts from Hot Since 82, Eats Everything and Shadow Child (among others), Jaymo and Andy George's 'Moda Black Vol. 1' revealed the duo's interest in darker, more demure sounds of the house spectrum when it landed last summer.

'I Can (Tell By The Way You Move)'

The man behind tracks such as 'Don't you', 'Like A Child' and 'Thinking Of You', Hotflush and Aus Music signing George FitzGerald has released 'I Can (Tell by The Way You Move)', courtesy of Domino sublabel Double Six.

Eats Everything enlists three emerging artists for the ‘Breakthrough Beats’ EP on his Edible label. Hear Dubliner George Feely’s ‘Make My Heart Sing’ now

Eats Everything’s Edible label will release a new V/A EP this week, featuring three dancefloor-focused cuts from emerging talent.

Spotlighting three of his favourite rising...

Stream re-edit on Double Six

George Fitzgerald's new release 'I Can Tell (By The Way You Move)' (Domino) has been given a refix, courtesy of veteran producer Paul Woolford.

Woolford...

Berlin-based, Irish native George Earnest steps up on emerging Dublin label, Pear, with a breezy, transportative debut EP. ‘Organ Of Evening Calm’ is a mesmerising...

Dublin-based label Pear is one of our favourite emerging imprints at the minute. Having fallen head over heels for their early releases by the likes...

Indie outfit Post War Years get electronic

Last night, DJ Mag went to a gig. Yep. We swapped the booths and back rooms of Europe's throbbing clubs for the sweaty shoebox garms...

The song had 765,000 on demand audio streams in a 48-hour period

Streams of N.W.A’s ‘Fuck Tha Police’ surged by 272% amid the George Floyd protests in recent days.

Across last Sunday (31st May), and Monday (1st...

With Milller Genuine Draft

Tell us in one sentence who you are and where are you from?
"I’m a DJ/Producer from Honduras."

Where did your love of music first...

p-funk

George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic have revealed details of a new tour.


The legendary American funk music collective, which was originally formed in 1968, will tour...